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UT-Knoxville offers students a wide array of academics, athletics, and community spirit. It's a dynamic center of learning, with more than 300-degree programs, ranked in the Top 25 of American public universities. Its distinguished alumni include prestigious professionals from all disciplines, including literary giant Kurt Vonnegut, NFL great Peyton Manning, and up-and-coming actor Conrad Ricamora from the popular TV show How to Get Away with Murder. Campus visitors should stop by the Rock, where UT Volunteers paint special messages.
 
The UT Volunteers, or Vols and Lady Vols as they're called, feature 18 NCAA Division I teams. Big Orange is a big deal in Knoxville, and championship-winners abound, including football, swimming and diving teams, and the Lady Vols' basketball and track and field teams. Take a campus tour led by UT Ambassadors or join an orientation with an Admissions Counselor.
 

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Tuition varies for TN and out-of-state residents. For under-grads, it's between $5,138 and $15,163 per semester.
 

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Events

  • Commencement
  • UT Gardens Sunday Talks
  • UT Volunteers Football Games
 
 

Activities

  • Campus Tours
  • UT Vols Athletics
  • Theater Productions
  • McClung Museum
  • Lectures
 

FAQs

  • What is the University of Tennessee Knoxville football schedule?

    The University of Tennessee Volunteers play from early September until the end of November. For an up to date schedule of home and away games, visit: utsports.com.
  • What is the University of Tennessee Knoxville known for?

    The University of Tennessee Knoxville is one of the state's largest universities and is known for its outstanding college athletics program. UT sports teams are known as the Vols and Lady Vols, short for Volunteers. 
 

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